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Green Food in support of the fight against ticks

Updated: May 8

Spring is here and we are all enjoying the sunshine. However, together with spring, there are a few unfriendly creatures who are also waking up. Amongst them are ticks, which are not only human enemies but also our beloved pets. Unfortunately, our beloved pooch might bring such a living thing back home with him and we, our family, and our dog are in danger.

Dog with a flower

Lyme disease poses a significant threat, transmitted by ticks and occasionally other blood-sucking insects. While some individuals develop a distinctive red rash, indicating possible infection with Borrelia bacteria, not everyone exhibits this symptom. In cases where the rash doesn't occur, the infection can progress unnoticed to the chronic phase, presenting as fatigue, joint pain, or neurological symptoms. Antibiotic treatment is most effective during the acute stage, but its efficacy varies and diminishes further during the chronic phase.

We will reduce the risk of infection mostly when we can avoid meeting with ticks. In addition to the usual measures (it is better to go to the forest or park in long pants and bright clothes, and carry herbal or chemical repellants), proper nutrition is also important. Regular consumption of Chlorella and Young Barley Grass provides us with B vitamins, including vitamin B1, especially unpleasant for ticks and mosquitoes. Then you might have noticed that ticks and mosquitoes attack you much less often than before. This can also be noticed in domestic animals that are regularly fed with Chlorella.

We will reduce the risk of infection the most when we manage to avoid meeting with ticks.

However, if the blood-sucking insects like our blood and we were unlucky to develop Lyme disease, let's not despair. Green Food is proven to support also during treatment. It improves immunity and reduces the negative effects of antibiotics. Green Food helps to relieve symptoms of fatigue syndrome, and neurological and joint problems. Treatment of Lyme disease should be comprehensive that is why to make it more effective, it is worth combining many therapies like sauna, vitamin drips, bio-resonance, herbs, and healthy eating with consuming regularly Barley and Chlorella.

You can read more about the beneficial effects of Barley on Lyme disease in the work of MUDr. Lacina in the "Collection of Scientific Articles". If you would like to find out more about these two amazing products please do not hesitate to contact me at

This text is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice or recommendations. It is recommended that you consult an appropriate specialist if you need to diagnose or treat any condition.


MDDr. (lek. stomatologii) Iva Černá

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